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TRAVIS NUNNALLY

Award/honor: Named the sales agent of the month for October for Meybohm Realtors’ south Augusta office.


LT. DAVID BULLARD

Award/honor: Named vice president of the Georgia State Firefighters Association Board of Directors.

Details: He is with Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue

 

CATHY METTS

Award/honor: Named the listing agent of the month for September for Keller Williams Realty Augusta Partners.

 

JIM HADDEN

Award/honor: Named the sales agent of the month for September for Keller Williams Realty Augusta Partners.

 

LYNDA SUAREZ

Award/honor: Received the Earl M. Jones Leadership Award from the Georgia Community Action Association for achievements in leadership and human rights.

 

DONNA BARBOUR

Award/honor: Named the listing agent of the month for October for Meybohm Realtors’ south Augusta office.

 

RONNIE PEARRE

Award/honor: Received the preferred provider designation from the CSRA Home Connections program, a division of Century 21 Larry Miller Realty.

Details: He is the president of Augusta Signs.

 

JEFFERSON ENERGY COOPERATIVE

Award/honor: Received accreditation for its safety practices from the Electric Cooperative Safety Accreditation Program of Georgia.

 

 

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